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  • Thanksgiving airfare bargain hunters must look even earlier this year

    Thanksgiving airfare bargain hunters must look even earlier this year
    With Labor Day still a few weeks away, the time to make Thanksgiving travel plans seems as far off as the Curiosity rover. This year, however, if you snooze, you lose. Airfares are climbing with no leveling-off in sight. The cheapest fares likely are...
  • Editorial: The iron is hot

    Just that Harford County is in the business of hiring a director of emergency operations is an indication that change is needed in the county's fire and ambulance service. First, there's the matter of the short tenure of the departing director, Brian...
  • Region recovers from Tuesday's storms

    Local trains were back on schedule and power was restored to area homes and businesses Wednesday, as Marylanders cleaned up and repaired damage caused by the previous night's heavy rainstorms. The Maryland Transit Administration reported Wednesday...
  • Budget hell on wheels?

    Budget hell on wheels?
    Amtrak, long one of the favorite whipping boys of fiscal conservatives, is getting another thrashing from Mitt Romney and the Republicans. From all the attacks, one might think that the nation's bargain-basement passenger rail system was the cause of...
  • Havre de Grace to honor mural artist Friday

    Havre de Grace to honor mural artist Friday
    Representatives from the City of Havre de Grace and the Susquehanna Hose Company will dedicate Shawn Forton's public art piece this Friday at 4 p.m. Many hours of passionate work went into creating a sentiment to Havre de Grace's history and honoring the...
  • State expected to give MARC contract to Bombardier

    The O'Malley administration has chosen a Canadian company to operate two MARC commuter train lines, passing over a competitor whose critics have tied it to Nazi Germany and avoiding a potential fight with Holocaust survivors. The Maryland Department of...
  • Aberdeen's Station Square vision could take 30 years to fulfill

    After 15 years of planning, Aberdeen could see the area around its Amtrak train station transformed into a green amphitheater with a well-lit underpass between the east and west sides of town, but that vision won't happen for at least two more decades....
  • 25 years ago: 15 Harford ambulances recalled, two taken out of service

    From The Aegis dated Aug. 13, 1987: More than a dozen Ford ambulances used by Harford County volunteer fire companies were recalled by their manufacturer 25 years ago this week and at least two were taken off the road. Mechanical problems were causing...
  • Acela run expected to match U.S. rail speed record of 165 mph

    Acela run expected to match U.S. rail speed record of 165 mph
    Sometime after 8 p.m. Thursday, a train will come roaring out of the north from Delaware toward Perryville at 165 miles per hour, matching the fastest speed ever attained on a U.S. rail line. After putting on the brakes, the Acela Express will make the...
  • Aberdeen seeks state money to buy land near train station

    The Aberdeen City Council passed a resolution Monday to approve the application for financing from the state's Strategic Demolition and Smart Growth Impact Fund for a land acquisition project connected to the city's ambitious Station Square...
  • New train station in Edgewood is a nice idea, but it won't fix the commuter rail problem

    For most of us, a trip to New York City means there will be rides on the Subway. Visits to Washington, D.C., are much more palatable when parking problems are traded for train rides on the Metro. Go to San Francisco or Oakland, Calif., and odds are a ride...
  • Czech Embassy weighs in on Maryland drug case

    Czech Embassy weighs in on Maryland drug case
    After a long drive from Arizona, prosecutors say, Dmytro Holovko pulled up to a meeting spot on Liberty Road and unloaded hundreds of pounds of marijuana — another successful shipment for a drug ring accused of using Baltimore as a hub in a...